The Northerner

Fall Fest showcases organizations and impact of student engagement

Students walk through the plaza during Fall Fest.

Alyssa Weber, Contributor

September 13, 2019

College can be a confusing time in anyone’s life, between the newfound independence, hectic schedules and homework assignments that never seem to end. However, getting involved on campus can make a world of difference. On Wednesday afternoon, students gathered along Student Union Plaza to speak about their organizations and the impact involvement has had on their college experience.

Habitat for Humanity taking on Collegiate Challenge

Student from last years trip working on site

Casey Crowe, Contributor

February 22, 2019

Several NKU students are using their spring break as a way to make a difference in the lives of others. Students from the Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter will be travelling to Hardin County, Kentucky the week of March 10-15. “It’s work; it’s not like a spring break where you lay on the beach....

GALLERY: New beginnings: NKU’s Habitat for Humanity helps build community

Members of NKU's Habitat for Humanity say one of the greatest rewards is giving back to the community.

Sierra Gibson, Reporter

October 23, 2016

NKU’s Habitat for Humanity chapter spends their Saturday’s rebuilding homes for needy families in Newport and plan to do more builds similar in the future. A recent build was organized on Sept. 17 by Jozie Banas, co-president of NKU’s Habitat for Humanity and senior psychology and spanish major to help ...

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